It is now time for the Pittsburgh Steelers franchise to get into full NFL draft mode. This is a team with significant needs on both sides of the football. It's also a team pushed to the limit on the salary cap.
This means the players who come from the 2014 NFL draft will be imperative to the rebuilding process of these Steelers. It would be ideal if some good luck goes their way with their picks. Every draft we see players fall, so why not let a few of those stars fall to Pittsburgh?
Last week, we took a look at a realistic scenario for the Steelers in a full seven-round mock draft. This included a third-round pick that will likely come as a compensatory selection for losing wide receiver Mike Wallace in free agency.
This week, we change the game a little and see this draft in terms of a best-case scenario. A little luck falls their way, a few guys slide and the Steelers make a real haul.
Disclaimer: These are best-case-scenario types of picks. The odds of all of these players being available when the Steelers are picking are long. However, in terms of a hypothetical, anything is possible.